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A bag contain 10 oranges and 5 mangoes. Two fruits are drawn at random without replacement,what is the probability that the second fruit is a mango given that the first was an orange?

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  1. So you got your orange, leaving 14 fruits remaining.
    prob(mango) = 5/14

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